are those numbers correct? is that also what's driving some of this discontent? >> well, there's no doubt that the broad setting for all this unrest is the fact that spain, greece, the entire euro area, periphery, is suffering from very deep recessions. but i also think that we need to keep the, for instance, 50% youth unemployment number in perspective. because 50% of what? it's important to note that unemployment rates are always estimated by the number of people that are looking for work. and among youth, a large number of spanish youth will be in school, in education and therefore are not looking for work. so maybe it will be 50% of the 30% of the youth that is actually looking for work. so i'm not trying to minimize the problem, there is a significant risk of actually having a lost generation in europe, but the real number of spanish youth unemployment is not 50% of all spanish youth, for instance. it is considerably lower.